Southern Ocean County STATE OF THE CHAMBER set for January 8

The regional businss event of the year will set the tone for recovery, featuring economist Joel Naroff, as well as speakers from New Orleans and Rockport Analytics Market Researchers
Dec. 4, 2012 - PRLog -- The 9th Annual State of the Chamber will begin 830am on Tuesday January 8 at Sea Oaks Country Club in Little Egg Harbor.  This annual meeting a must for businesspeople to network, as well as hear from valued sources the true nature of the Long Beach Island Region’s economy and projections for 2013.

Speakers will include Assemblywoman DiAnn Gove, resident and representative of the region with updates from the state, Ken McGill, Managing Director of Rockport Anayltics that specializes in travel and tourism research. He will speak on the recent LBI Region Tourism Economic Study and how those numbers will impact the rebuilding efforts within our community. Kelly Schulz, Vice President of Communications and Public Relations of the New Orleans Convention and Visitor Bureau will present best practices for New Orleans post Katrina crisis and recovery strategies. The keynote for the morning will be nationally renown economist Joel Naroff, who will give an honest and educated insight about 2013 and what the business community can expect post Sandy.

Advanced reservations and payment are required to hold space for this essential business event. Cost is $35 per person and includes full breakfast with omelet station, doors open at 830 am with networking and breakfast. Meeting begins at 9am and will conclude at noon at the Sea Oaks Country Club, 99 Golf View Drive in Little Egg Harbor. To reserve please contact the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce at 609 494 7211. For more information, please visit them online at or follow on facebook as LBI Region.
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